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Surveillance footage shows a man guiding the Vista Queen into the Duluth Harbor early Thursday.

Police ID Suspect in Vista Fleet Release


Lighting Starts Fire at Assisted Living Facility

Leaders: $271B Needed for Creaky Great Lakes Water Systems

Deer River Celebrates Completion of Unique School Renovation

Starry Skies Celebrated With Week-Long Event

United Way Chili Cook-Off List of Winners

Northland Man Waits for Word from Relatives in Puerto Rico

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Car, Motorcycle Collide in Esko

Vista Fleet Ships Set Adrift Overnight

Man Charged After Police Chase, Crash into House

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1 Arrested in 2 Separate Shots Fired Incidents in Duluth
WATCH: Rescued Hunter in Pine Co. Airlifted
One Dead After Water Emergency on Lake Kabetogama
Red Light Enforcement Campaign Aims to Change Behaviors
Suspect Fleeing Police Crashes into House in Virginia
Cloquet's Sappi North America Presented With Award
Scam Jam Works to Fight Fraud in the Northland
Canal Park Grandma's Saloon & Grill Hosts 42nd Annual Oktoberfest
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Hurricane Maria Continues on her Path, Now Near Turks and Caicos Islands

Officials Say Nuke Missile could Fly Over Japan

Kim says Trump will 'Pay Dearly' for Threat

Russian Sub Fires Cruise Missiles at Militants in Syria

Hunter Rescued after 3 Nights Lost in Minnesota Woods


Several Hundred Gather to Remember Student Killed in Crash

Missing Pennsylvania Teen Found Safe

Judge Rejects Minn. Couple's Argument for Refusing Gay Customers

Bankers: Rural Economy Continues to Struggle in Midwest, Plains

Investigator: Nebraska Inmate Stabbed 130 Times During Riot

Anti-Semitic Graffiti Mars Monument near Madison Synagogue

Missing 4-Year-Old Reunited with Family after Late-Night Search

Steelworkers Pushing for Answers in Washington

Comment Period Opens on PolyMet Mine Dam Safety Permits

Updated: Highway 53 Bridge, Road to Open Later in Weekend

Cubs Rally in 9th, Beat Brewers 5-3 in 10th to Extend Lead

Twins Rout Tigers, Lead AL Wild-Card Race by 2 ½ Games

Denfeld Boys, East Girls Win Crosstown Soccer Collisions

Greenway VB Remains Unbeaten After Win in Cloquet

Mentor Superior Celebrating Milestone


New Beargrease Fundraiser Features Beer and Bacon

Animal Allies: Hunter

Just Kids Dental Hosts 8th Annual 'Sips & Slices'

'Twin Ports Scam Jam' Aims to Educate Seniors

Temporary Road Closure in Hermantown

United Way Hosts 26th Annual Chili Cook-Off

St. Scholastica Donates to Nordic Project


Grant Provides Local Students Advanced Opportunities in Learning Trades

Proctor Teacher Receives Big Honor

Fire Causes Heavy Damage to Home Near Bemidji

New Automated Security Lanes Up and Running at MSP Airport

Officials: Trump Admin. Pitting MinnesotaCare vs. Reinsurance

Recovery Month: The Hope Beyond the Addiction

FDA OKs Glaxo's Inhaler, First to Combine 3 Medicines
General Mills to Bring Back Old Trix with Artificial Colors
Kiss Members Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley Reunite in St. Paul

First Handwritten Bible in 500 Years on Display

In honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and 125th anniversary of the St. Scholastica monastery, the St. John's Bible is on display at Our Lady Queen of Peace Chapel in Duluth. It's the first handwritten Bible in 500 years. 


Cirrus Vision Jet On Market For Purchase

The Cirrus Vision Jet is now on the market for people to purchase. It costs just under $2 million.


Steelworkers Pushing for Answers in Washington

Steelworkers and the steel industry are pushing for progress in the Section 232 investigation. Three leaders from the Range are out in D.C. this week.


Annual Forestry Day Teaches Duluth Students Lessons in Nature

For most Duluth fifth graders, Tuesday was all about learning lessons from our forests. Instead of learning inside the classroom however, hundreds of students as well as teachers took to several Duluth parks for the 34th annual Forestry Day.


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Wisconsin Creating Elections Security Team, Plan

Walker Issues 99 Budget Vetoes

Attorneys: Portions of Foxconn Law Could Be Unconstitutional

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Starry Skies Celebrated With Week-Long Event

Minnesota Duck Season Opens Saturday; Good Hunting Expected

Traverse Trail Now Connects to Lincoln Park Middle School

Wisconsin's Bat Population Drops due to White-Nose Syndrome

As Kayaking Catches Big Wave, Authorities Cite Rookie Risks

DNR Seeks Comments on Experimental Northern Pike & Bass Regulations on Pelican Lake Near Orr

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